DEVOLVED Set Australian Release Date For 'Calculated'

Australian tech-metallers DEVOLVED have set a September 6 Australian release date for their new album, "Calculated". The CD, which contains 11 new tracks as well as two bonus tracks (one of which is a cover of METALLICA's classic "Battery"), will be available throughout the country in all major and independent music stores. An international release date will be announced shortly.

In other news, live dates are now being confirmed for the DEVOLVED national tour of Australia in October and November. The band will be playing in major cities, including Perth, as well as many regional areas. The first dates announced are for Brisbane and the Gold Coast. The tour will be the band's last live performances in Australia before they relocate permanently to the USA.

Upcoming DEVOLVED shows:

Oct. 01 - HMB Basement – Brisbane, AUS
Oct. 02 – Trocaderro - Gold Coast, AUS
Oct. 03 – Trocaderro - Gold Coast, AUS
Oct. 30 - HMB Basement - Brisbane. Hellfest, AUS


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